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The first black Miss Bristol

LUCKY CHARM: Charm Annice McFarlane parades for the judges (photo credit: Woodward Photography)

CHARM ANNICE MCFARLANE, a 23 year old civil servant from Bristol has made history by becoming the first ever black Miss Bristol and the first woman of colour to represent the city in the grand finals of Miss Supranational UK.

Miss Supranational UK is one of the biggest beauty pageants in the country, attracting hundreds of entries a year and is the nation's only entry to the international Miss Supranational which promises a top prize of £30,000 to the winner.
McFarlane decided to enter the contest in order to challenge stereotypes and ideals:

"Our city is very multicultural and diverse and I really want to celebrate that as Miss Bristol. I also want to use the opportunity to be a positive role model and inspire others."

She also sees the competition as an amazing opportunity to challenge herself to become more involved in her community, something which makes her feel, "Very excited and honoured".

The young title holder was born and raised in Bristol and presents a sense of pride when speaking about her home town, where she achieved 11 A*-C grade GCSEs and 3 A* grade A-Levels before winning her crown.

The Miss Supranational UK grand finals will take place on the 29 and 30 of July at the Kensington Close Hotel in London and will feature a full celebrity line up of judges.

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